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November 07, 1980 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-11-07

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DOUG'S BODY SHOP

HAS A FANTASTIC

NEW MENU!

MICHIGAN'S MOST UNIQUE RESTAURANT

(Where else can you eat in an Edsel?)

IS OFFERING GREAT FOOD & DRINKS AT
LESS THAN MODERATE PRICES
1EVENING PRICES From $3.25
DAILY SPECIALS,
$ R-9 5

Tues.-Fri.
*al
all you can eat inc. salad & potatoes
IF YOU'VE NEVER BEEN TO DOUG'S
OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER
AT THESE PRICES YOU HAVE TO TRY IT!

COUNTRY MUSIC

Featuring

DAVE HARPER

Thurs. thru Sat.

HOURS: LUNCH, Moo.-Fri. 11:30-3 p.m.
DINNER, Toes.-Thors. 5-10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. 5-12 Mid.

Valet Parking_

WOODWARD bet. 8 & 9 MILE

1399-1040

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DISCOVER
BRIAN MINAM)

MiNts

Brian is our new Maitre d' who'll make your
evening out a pleasurable experience. If you
wish, this "gent" from Liverpool, England, will
carve a delicious Chateaubria‘nd right at your
table and suggest an appropriate wine.
Or, perhaps you'd like to ask him about our
excellent Seafood Wellington, Prime Rib and
'Veal Florentine. If you're in the mood for a
lighter repast Brian will introduce you to our
famous 25-foot Wicker Works Salad Bar.
How long since you've had a Spanish Coffee
flamed by an entrepreneur such as Brian?
Discover Brian's hospitality and rediscover thee
charm of Wicker Works.

IE DISC OVE1

illeKERWonKs

NORTHFIELD HILTON
5500 Crooks Rd. at 1-75
Troy, Michigan 48098
(313) 879-2100

VOTED NO. 1
SQUARE
PIZZA
By

Danny Raskin's

The Best of Everything

PROOF IN THE pud-
ding, if we may use this ex-
pression, is the second visit
to a restaurant visited and
reviewed . . . In some in-
stances, it's like having an-
other opinion within oneself
because there will be things
to look for.
Our second visit is just a
few weeks after an initial
one to Mario's on Second
Ave. . . . now owned by
Frank Passalaqua.
It can be said in all hon-
esty and sincerity that
Frank is bringing back this
one-time nationally-noted
northern Italian restaurant
to the high standard once
held in the esteem of those
who knew and enjoyed good
food.
Unlike the first time,
our waiter was great ...
no complacency or
matter-of-fact ways .
Leo Spavale has been at
Mario's since 1950 (just a
short time after it origi-
nally opened) and it's no
wonder he is one of the
favorite waiters-there.
Leo knows how to smile
. . . He knows how to
suggest . . . He brings coffee
in fresh cups . . . and serves
from the right . . . Indecisive
people love him . . . Just tell
Leo what you like, veal,
poultry or beef and what
you enjoy best in the way of
sauces, cream or wine .. .
His next words are, "I've got
the dish for you" and more
times than not it is a very
pleasant surprise.
We played the role of in-
decisiveness and were
brought something not on
the menu . . . Veal a la
Mario . . . sliced beef
sauteed in marsala wine
with mushrooms, green
peppers and shallots.
Even the spaghetti he
brought was different . . .
called Oglio and Aglio, oil
and garlic sauce . . . The
desserts at Mario's are su-
perb . . . We had Zuppa In-
glese, custard baked with
brandy, creme de cocoa and
creme de almond ... Also a
tray of fresh watermelon,
cantalope and strawberries.
If you want the ulti-
mate, don't fail to have
your waiter at Mario's
bring you some
Frangelico liqueur ...
Then dip in a piece of
watermelon or your
strawberry ... Mama
Mia! What Heaven!
Frank Passalaqua is
quickly passing the test of a
new owner . . . especially of
a dining institution . . . This
is no easy task . . . not even
for a restaurant man like
Frank . . . but the respect he
has earned from his em-
ployees and customers who
are returning in droves is a
high compliment.
Mario's . . . what more
can you say? ... Glad to
have you back.
THE MICHIGAN INN
marches on ... in giant
strides . . . this time with a
Sunday brunch buffet 10:30
to 3 that defies competition
. . $7.95 for adults . . . chil-
dren 12 and under $4.95.
Ten hot entrees . . . 15
salads ... a ,250-pound sea

shell full of fresh shrimp .. .
bagels, lox, cream cheese,
scrambled eggs, cheese
blintzes, hashed browns,
baked chicken, barbeque
beef ribs, saute lemon sole,
beef stroganoff, apple crepes
with raisin sauce, mari-
nated Brussels sprouts, cot-
tage cheese, gefilte fish tray
with schmaltz herring,
pumpernickel and halla
breads, roast beef, pud-
dings, cakes, pies, tortes,
fruit cocktail .. and the list
goes on and on.
Each week, Executive
Chef Ramy Berdy and chef
Calvin Parks enhance the
buffets with ice carvings
done by them . . . Calvin
teaches culinary arts at Oak
Park High.
IDLE THOUGHT . . .
Inasmuch as men usually
eat more than women, why
don't restaurants offer a
choice of menus and
womenus?
WHEN IS A delicatessen
both a deli and a gourmet
operation? . . . Answer is on
Greenfield north of 10 Mile
. . . at former Nor,thgate
Deli . . . now owned by Chef
Matt Prentice . . . and called
Deli Unique.
The name is most appro-
priate . . . Depends on the
mood you're in . . . from
western omelette to corned
beef sandwich to cham-
pagne chicken to tour-
(Continued on Page 40)

Friday, November 1, 1980 39

Detroit Free Press
Detroit News
AAA Motor News

Carry-out
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Dining

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Locale No. 1
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